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slipperyfish10
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Hi all, looking into buying the royal road to card magic but I want this to be a 'passing down from generations' type thing so I want a hardback. Do any of you have the hardback edition and where did you buy it from? I heard that the publications from 'dover' were of exceptionally high quality but cannot find a hardback made by 'dover'. If you think I should just go for the considerably cheaper paper-back then I will.

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I have this printing, which is hardback, and it is quite nice.

http://www.ziggos.com/products/royal-roa......odfgMAkA
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On Oct 25, 2014, nooner wrote:
I have this printing, which is hardback, and it is quite nice.

http://www.ziggos.com/products/royal-roa......odfgMAkA


Sorry to be a pain but is it possible you could check the publisher? It doesn't seem to show it on that website.
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Oh sorry I just found it doesn't ship to Australia. Thanks anyway nooner.

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If you can find someplace that will ship to you, it was published by Faber & Faber
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Again sorry for being a pain but I found these links:

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/listing/2691721472276
http://www.abebooks.com/servlet/BookDeta......rederick

They are both very cheap, maybe too cheap... The second link ships to me for $20 and I don't know how much the first one ships for.

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Both of them are the same edition I believe, which is also what I have. That price seems fair for a new hardback copy of RRTCM
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